Definition of Prokes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of proke) ¹



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Definition of Prokes

1. proke [v] - See also: proke

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prokes

projectour
projects
projecture
projectures
projet
projets
projicient
projicients
prokaryote
prokaryotes
prokaryotic
proke
proked
proker
prokers
prokes (current term)
prokinetic
prokinetics
proking
prolabor
prolactin
prolactinoma
prolactinomas
prolactinomata
prolactins
prolamin
prolamine
prolamines
prolamins

Literary usage of Prokes

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1. The Dark Charade by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1991)
"Maria Katsaris sent Michael prokes, Tim Carter, and another guard out at the last minute ... prokes later shot himself at a San Francisco press conference, ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"CONTENTS: Carl Friedrich Gauss and his Children: prokes- SOR FLORIAN CAJOBI The Age of the Earth as an Abode fitted for Life (П.): LORD KELVIN 704 Mental ..."

3. A Treatise on the Law of Life and Accident Insurance: Including Benefit by Frederick Hampden Bacon (1917)
"Co., 117 Ky. 923; 80 SW 181. 546 Pritchett v. Schafer, 2 WNC 317. 140 Proctor v. United Order of the Golden Star, 203 Mass. 587; 89 NE 1042. 490 prokes v. ..."

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